We want to see real life apprentices of Jesus who, by grace and by choice, are learning how to live in the Kingdom of God today. As you embark on The Road toward a Christ-centered life, we will be providing four core classes to help you on your journey.
How to Read the Bible
The Bible is the great story of how God creates and saves a people for Himself. Learn how to see the Gospel in both the big picture and particular passages so that we can have an effective devotional life.
Here are some resources for How to Read the Bible:
1. The Reliability of Scripture
2. Literalism: Isn’t the Bible Historically Unreliable and Regressive (sermon by Dr. Timothy Keller)
3. Can We Take the Bible Seriously Today? (from Pastor Rankin Wilbourne’s sermon series, “Barriers to Belief”)
4. Genre in the Bible
5. The Storyline of the Bible
6. The Bible as the Story of Jesus
7. Bible Reading Plan
Upcoming How to Read the Bible classes:
How to Pray
God invites us to talk with Him, but that’s not always easy to do. Learn some practical ways to build and deepen a personal prayer life.
Upcoming How to Pray classes:
How to Discover Your Spiritual Gifts
The Holy Spirit has given us each gifts and abilities we can use to serve others. This class helps us consider some of the particular ways God may have equipped us to serve.
Upcoming How to Discover Your Spiritual Gifts classes:
One of our core values is to equip everyone at Pacific Crossroads to “share the hope that is within them” within the natural ebb and flow of our relationships — at work, with our friends, neighbors, family, even strangers. These workshops equip you to articulate and talk about your faith with greater confidence and clarity.
Their Story – learn how to engage with others, hear their faith stories and identify how God is already working in their lives
Your Story – discover how to talk about your own faith journey
God’s Story – learn how to articulate the basics of what it means to put faith in Jesus.
The three Faith Conversations workshops will be presented back-to-back on Saturday, March 22. Details to follow! For more info about Faith Conversations workshops and other Outreach events, click here.
This class is an introduction to what we believe about God, the Bible, and ourselves, covering topics such as: the authority and inspiration of Scripture, the Trinity, the work of Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit. This class will be offered periodically in a classroom format, and will also be offered to study in your Community Groups.